Ph.D. Alumna Timbre Wulf-Ludden Wins National Award
Timbre Wulf-Ludden, Ph.D., who earned her doctorate degree from UNOs School and Criminology and Criminal Justice in 2013, was recently recognized with a Junior Faculty Professional Development Teaching Award. This award, which is sponsored by Sage Publishing and made possible by generous contributions of numerous Sage authors and editors, helps cover expenses for pre-tenure faculty to attend the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) annual meeting and professional development teaching workshop. Sage Publishing has been bestowing these awards on pre-tenure faculty members for the past 10 years.
Wulf-Ludden is an assistant professor of criminal justice at the University of Nebraska Kearney. Her research focuses on juvenile justice, prison violence and interactions among inmates, including female offenders.
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